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A History of the County of York: Volume 3
of Cistercian nuns, 6 Leland describing it as 'a priori of white clothid nunnes ... Houses of Cistercians nuns Ellerton in Swaledale 30. ELLERTON IN SWALEDALE There is some difference of opinion...
A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 2
Houses of Cistercian nuns Priory of Pinley 11. THE PRIORY OF PINLEY The small priory of Cistercian nuns at Pinley, dedicated to the honour ... to the nuns of Pinley by three successive bishops of...
A History of the County of Dorset: Volume 2
House of Cistercian nuns The abbey of Tarrant Kaines HOUSE OF CISTERCIAN NUNS 10. THE ABBEY OF TARRANT KAINES 1 The Cistercian nunnery ... the first's time built neare his mansion house a little monasterie for...
A History of the County of Chester: Volume 3
House of Benedictine nuns The priory of Chester HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE NUNS THE PRIORY OF CHESTER In the middle 12th century Ranulph II, earl of Chester, granted some crofts from his demesne to the nuns...
A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 2
Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of St Michael, Stamford HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 3. THE PRIORY OF ST. MICHAEL, STAMFORD On the south-east side ... was originally designed on a large scale for the support...
A Dictionary of London
Alley," Basinghall Street (q.v.). Name derived from the sign. Three Nun Inn, Aldgate; Three Nuns Hotel See Three Nuns Yard. Three Nunnes Alley See Three ... Three Nun...
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 3, North West
of the county, 6 m. N.N.E. of Leominster. Nun Upton is the principal monument. ... 12th-century or earlier. ConditionGood, largely re-built. Secular d(2). Nun Upton (formerly Nunn's Upton), house...
Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 4, 1739-1741
166, 382, 596. Nugent (Anne), 83. Nun (Nunn), Baptist attendant
Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 22, 1612-1668
a rendezvous in, 359. Escheator of. See Barker, Mr. Nunn, Robert, Bailiff of Traboe, co. Cornwall, letter to Collins, 420. Nunstubbing (Nun stabbing) (?
Historical Account of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne Including the Borough of Gateshead
there, granted Stellingley (Stella) to God and St. Bartholomew and the nuns of Newcastle; and king Henry II. granted the nuns a general charter ... for the purpose of purchasing smocks for the nuns...